Davidson took to her Bravo blog this week to express how she finds Richards’s behavior disturbing.
Davidson writes, “Kim says she doesn’t have the ‘warm and fuzzes’ for me… I guess she feels I crossed a line by taking her and Kyle to lunch and trying to help them mend fences and questioning her friendship with Brandi. I get that.”
“The only problem is that twice in the last couple weeks, Kim has exhibited disturbing behavior in my home,” Davidson continued. “First, at my poker party, and now in my kitchen after the table read.”
Davidson continued discussing Richards, explaining that, “She very freely expresses that she needs support, because she doesn’t want to go into ‘that dark place’ again. Honestly, I respect Kim’s private business, and I would prefer not to get involved. Saying that, am I supposed to turn the other way and pretend I don’t see what I see? At this point I feel like I have a moral obligation to do and/or say something. Lisa R., who has a seen a lot of addictive behavior in her life, feels the same way.”
Davidson still wasn’t done talking about Richards’s problems, as she writes, “This is an undeniably tricky situation. Kim seems to be in some kind of trouble with her sobriety, or, at the very least, is in a very vulnerable place in her life. She is at odds with her sister Kyle, who is hesitant to go down this road again. Her best friend, Brandi, seems to see all the red flags but isn’t actively doing anything about it. Lisa V. and Yolanda haven’t really seen Kim’s behavior. Then, there’s Lisa R. and myself, neither one of us is close with Kim, but we are both troubled by what we’ve seen.”
“What does one do?” Davidson wrapped with asking her readers, adding that, “I see how my ‘butting my nose’ into Kim’s affairs might piss her off. Frankly, I’d rather say something and risk a potential friendship than do nothing and risk a life.”
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February 18, 2015 at 14:49
February 18, 2015 at 15:35
I Think her heart is in the right place
I agree- she is trying to help!